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Mini-city would be an antidote to sprawl

Homes, shops, offices planned at rail station

By Thomas C. Palmer Jr.
Globe Staff / January 17, 2006

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Two familiar names in Massachusetts commercial real estate are joining up to replace a worn-out industrial park with a $1.5 billion city in the suburbs, where people would live, eat, shop, work, work out, and hang out, right at one of region's busiest transportation hubs. (Full article: 1079 words)

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